Untitled (James Mullany Bean)

BEAN—Dec. 28, James M. Bean of 7045 N Lancaster ave.; husband of Mildred A. Bean; father of Paul M. Dean; son of Mrs. William Bean; brother of Dorothy Mae Weston, Alda Ducharm, Velva von Gruenwald, Lillian Gantebein, Violaine Ames, Ted S. Bean. Funeral services were held Tuesday, 1 PM, in the Drawing Room Chapel of the Colonial Mortuary of Holman & Lutz, NE 14th and Sandy. Interment Lincoln Memorial Park.

Source: Portland Oregonian, December 31, 1947.


Katie Virginia Bean

Mrs. Katie Virginia Bean, granddaughter of an early Oregon pioneer family, died at a local nursing home Friday at the age of 78 years. Services will be at 1 p.m. from the Colonial mortuary with Rev. Neville Blunt officiating and interment and at Lincoln Memorial park. She had formerly resided at 720 N.E. 69th ave. Mrs. Bean was born March 26, 1876, in Boise. She was the widow of W.S. Bean and sister of the late James Mullany. Her grandparents were Jerome and Sarah Walling who settled with early pioneers in Amity.

Survivors include daughters, Mrs. F.E. VonGroenewald, Mrs. E.E. Charpantier and Mrs. T.P. Weston, all of Portland; Mrs. Viola Ames, Tacoma, Wash., and Mrs. Henry Gantenbein, Vashon Island, Wash.; a son, T.S. Bean, Oakland, Cal.; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Source: Portland Oregonian, December 12, 1954.

Mrs. Dora Walling Dies Here Sunday

Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Walling, 70, who died suddenly at the McMinnville hospital, were held from the Macy Memorial chapel Tuesday. Burial was in the Amity cemetery.

Born at Amity, May 13, 1866, she was the daughter of James and Anna Russling Weston. She had been a member of the Baptist church for 50 years and was a member of the American Legion auxiliary.

Surviving are one son, Nelson, of Wyoming; one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Wright, of Salem; a brother, Charles Weston, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Breeding and Mrs. F.S. Thomas, all of Amity. Her husband, Fred Walling, preceded her in death.

Source: McMinnville Telephone Register, September 17, 1936.